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Tuesday, 20 February
How a U.S. coal deal warmed Ukraine's ties with Trump
1d ago - KIEV (Reuters) - For the first time in Ukraine's history, U.S. anthracite is helping to keep the lights on and the heating going this winter following a deal that has also helped to warm Kiev's relations with President Donald Trump.
Asian stocks slip after European surge fades, dollar edges up
1h ago - TOKYO (Reuters) - Asian stocks slipped on Tuesday, their recent recovery stalling after European equities broke a winning streak, while the dollar edged up to pull further away from three-year lows.
BlackRock upgrades outlook for U.S. stocks on earnings momentum
1d ago - (Reuters) - The world's biggest asset manager BlackRock Inc upgraded its view on U.S. stocks, citing very strong earnings momentum, while cutting European stocks to neutral.
BoE's Carney says Bitcoin has 'pretty much failed' as currency
4h ago - LONDON (Reuters) - Bitcoin has failed as a currency measured by standard benchmarks, and is neither a store of value nor a useful way to buy things, Bank of England Governor Mark Carney said on Monday.
Congress sets sights on federal cryptocurrency rules
1d ago - WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Jolted by the global investment craze over bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies, U.S. lawmakers are moving to consider new rules that could impose stricter federal oversight on the emerging asset class, several top lawmakers told Reuters.
News Highlights: Top Global Markets News of the Day
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News Highlights: Top Company News of the Day
3h ago - Noble Energy, Israel's Delek to Supply Gas to Egypt Investors in Israel's natural-gas fields agreed Monday to supply an Egyptian company with...
Corbyn warns bankers: finance will serve UK under Labour government
3h ago - LONDON (Reuters) - Britain's financial sector will be "the servant of industry not the masters of us all" if the opposition Labour Party gets into power, its leader Jeremy Corbyn will say on Tuesday, accusing bankers of taking the economy hostage.